It was a remarkable turn of events.
With Michigan winning 20-10 heading into the fourth quarter against Wisconsin, the team decided to embrace the energy exuding in the home stadium.
The always rowdy and raucous Camp Randall is a place that Michigan hasn’t won at since 2001, and a major reflection of the atmosphere transpired when the song “Jump Around” comes on to start the fourth quarter.
Michigan players decided to join in with the Wisconsin crowd during the song, dancing, and yes, jumping around.
I try to watch them all, because it is one of the happiest moments of my week. This is the best Jump Around I've seen so far this season. pic.twitter.com/Rl0QFLWvul— Andy Singleton (@PeoplezPen) October 2, 2021
Michigan players having fun during Jump Around pic.twitter.com/jkBpDFdoce— angelique (@chengelis) October 2, 2021
The song did not give Wisconsin any juice, the momentum quickly shifted back two Michigan just two plays later when David Ojabo sacked backup quarterback Chase Wolf and Chris Hinton recovered the fumble. This would ultimately net Michigan 3 points to put them up 23-10 in the game.
If attitude is everything as some say, Michigan had the right idea when “Jump Around” played. A lot of fans consider that tradition to be among the best and most bucket list worthy in all of college football, and Michigan certainly lived that moment to the max on Saturday.